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Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
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789 456 123 Scoreboard X O Click Here if X Wins Click Here if O Wins
1 True or False: When an asterisk is used in braille it must be listed on a special symbols page.
1 True 17.3 Home
2 True or False: Do not divide the abbreviated book name and following numbers between lines.
2 True 17.5b(3)
3 True or False: If a print reference marker that refers to a short note is located within parentheses or quotation marks, in braille the short note follows the closing punctuation.
3 True 17.4a
4 True or False: The indention of the note clearly distinguishes it from the text and therefore a blank line is not left either before or after the note.
4 True 17.4b
5 True or False: When an agency chooses not to use a running head, the text continues on line 1 leaving room for three blank cells and the page number at the far left.
5 False, at the far right 17.1d
6 When a colon and multiple verse numbers separated by commas follow a chapter number, the commas are ____ in braille.
6 retained 17.5b(3)
7 True or False: Notes of more than five words should be inserted immediately below the paragraph in which the reference occurs.
7 False, more than seven words 17.4b
8 True or False: Just as in print, the braille reference indicator (asterisk) is inserted into the text prior to the word or words to which it refers.
8 False, following the word or words to which it refers 17.3
9 True or False: It is general practice, when counting the number of words in a note, to count numbers and letters from section identifiers or outlines.
9 False, disregard numbers and letters from section identifiers or outlines 17.4a
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